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's in the court of law, got an attorney -- >> the lawyer -- >> doing it himself, i doubt legal aid would. typed it up himself. >> on a contingency basis. i think they got this filed, they are just hoping -- they won't get 200, but 20,000-something like that. gerri: would settle for $500? >> i think so. can you igine being in that household for dinner? gerri: the mother says she's frightened of her son. did you read that? >> well, yeah, again, another, you know, big sign. maybe you should have gotten him help as a child. he's mentally ill. >> come on. at what point -- >> what about when he was 12 and 5? they just don't happen when you're 32. >> oh, i don't know. gerri: take responsibility for yourself, though? >> here's the problem with that rationale. a slippery slope argument that any time then, if this goes forward, any time a parent missed a chool play or didn't wipe a nose properly or forgot the homework or didn't pack a lunch, you can get sued when your child is 32? that's where we are going with this. >> i'm not saying you'll prevail, don't get me wrong, but you can. with this topic, it's
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